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May 27, 2024
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Private equity hotshot and Sundance kids conquer Hollywood

With Cillian Murphy’s Golden Globe and the forthcoming opening of Ed Guiney and Andrew Lowe’s Oscar best picture contender Poor Things, there’s a bit of a buzz in the Irish movie industry. There could be some more.

Cameron O’Reilly, son of the former newspaper baron Sir Anthony O’Reilly, who exited bankruptcy last month, is producing Gaucho Gaucho, a documentary that is set to make its debut at the Sundance Film Festival this week. The black-and-white film — made by Gregory Kershaw and Michael Dweck — follows the life of a community of gauchos in the rolling plains of Argentina.

Kershaw and Dweck have Sundance form, with their documentary The Last Race, about a stock car racing track in New York, winning armfuls

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